Nomad appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Gorf: A nomad; a dam on a frog.
- To get a madam on a tram, so smart a nomad a mate got!
- "Damon, as acid among nitro termini sewed one node, we sin!" I’m retorting, nomadic as a nomad.
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Definition of the noun nomad
What does nomad mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: nomads
- a member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons
- example: I'm a nomad for life.
- lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
- more generic terms: bird of passage / roamer / rover / wanderer = someone who leads a wandering unsettled life
- more specific words:
- Bedouin / Beduin = a member of a nomadic tribe of Arabs
- Bushman / Khoisan = nomadic hunters and gatherers who live in southern Africa
- Hun = a member of a nomadic people who invaded Europe in the 4th century
- Saracen = a member of the nomadic people of the Syrian and Arabian deserts at the time of the Roman Empire
- Scythian = a member of the ancient nomadic people inhabiting Scythia
- "Nomad": Nomad: The Warrior is a 2005 Kazakh historical epic film written and co-produced by Rustam Ibragimbekov, executive-produced by Miloš Forman and directed by Sergei Bodrov, Ivan Passer and Talgat Temenov. It was released on March 16, 2007 in North America, distributed by The Weinstein Company. The film has been shot in two versions: in Kazakh by Temenov for distribution in Kazakhstan and in English by Passer and Bodrov for distribution worldwide. The government of Kazakhstan invested $40 million in the movie production, making it the most expensive Kazakh film ever made. Nomad was Kazakhstan's official entry for Best Foreign Language Film for the 79th Academy Awards.
- also known as Nomad: The Warrior, Red Warrior
- countries: Kazakhstan, France
- languages: Kazakh Language, English Language
- directors: Sergei Bodrov & Ivan Passer
- producers: Ram Bergman, Pavel Douvidzon, Rustam Ibragimbekov
- executive producer: Miloš Forman
- production design by Miljen Kljakovic
- art direction by Mladen Lisavac, Branimir Babic, Domenico Sica
- written by Rustam Ibragimbekov
- Kuno Becker as Mansur
- Jay Hernandez as Erali
- Jason Scott Lee as Oraz
- Ayanat Ksenbai as Gaukhar
- Mark Dacascos as Sharish
- Dilnaz Akhmadieva as Hocha
- Doskhan Zholzhaksynov as Galdan Ceren
- Zhanas Iskakov
- Almaikhan Kenzhebekova
- Tungyshbai Dzhamankulov as Abulkhair
- Erik Zholzhaksynov as Barak
- Termirkhan Tursingaliev
- Asylbolat Ismagulov
- Sabit Orazbaev
- Ashir Chokubayev
- Yergali Urazimbetov
- Vladimir Begma
- Aziz Beyshenaliev as Ragbat
- Baiten Omarov
- Aldabek Shaldayev
- Shingiz Krykbaev
- Baikenzhe Belbayev
- Kuman Tastanbekov
- Linda Nigmatullina
- Dimash Rakish
- Nurgali Nursultan
- Kuralai Zhunisbekova
- Steven Blum as Shaman
- Richard Epcar as Sultan Wali
- David Gore
- Alexander Haney
- April Hong as Hotha
- Susan Kellerman as Babooshka
- Bai Ling as Gaukhar
- Paul Nakauchi as Galdan Ceren
- Kirk Thornton as Barak
- Arman Zajic as Mansur
- casting by Jose Villaverde
- cinematography by Dan Laustsen & Ueli Steiger
- edited by Rick Shaine & Ivan Lebedev
- music by Carlo Siliotto
- costume design by Michael O'Connor & Marit Allen
- genres: War film, Historical fiction, Drama
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (10 years ago)
- award: - Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score nomination for Carlo Siliotto
- "Nomad" is a 1982 Hong Kong film directed by Patrick Tam. It is about the experiences of a group of youngsters who feel lost and try to find the true meaning of life. Nomad is considered as one of the representatives of the Hong Kong New Wave films.
- also known as Lit foh ching chun, Lie huo qing chun
- country: Hong Kong
- languages: Yue Chinese, Cantonese
- directors: Patrick Tam & Terry Tong
- producers: Dennis Yu & Jeffrey Lau
- production design by William Chang & John Hau
- art direction by William Chang & John Hau
- written by Patrick Tam, Joyce Chan, Kong-Kin Yau, Eddie Ling-Ching Fong, Ping-hing Kam & John Chan
- cinematography by Peter Ngor, Bill Wong, David Chung
- edited by Kwok Kuen Cheung
- music by Man Yee Lam
- genres: Thriller, Romance Film, Drama
- released on (33 years ago)
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actor nomination for Leslie Cheung
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director nomination for Patrick Tam
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay nomination for Eddie Ling-Ching Fong, John Chan, Kong-Kin Yau, Patrick Tam, Joyce Chan
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Cinematography nomination for Bill Wong
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Art Direction nomination for William Chang
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best Original Film Score nomination for Man Yee Lam
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer nomination for Cecilia Yip
- Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer nomination for Pat Ha
"Nomad" is a science fiction novel by author George O. Smith. It was first published in book form in 1950 by Prime Press in an edition of 2,500 copies. The novel was originally serialized in three parts in the magazine Astounding beginning in December 1944, under Smith's pseudonym, Wesley Long.
- language: English Language
- genre: Science Fiction
- released in (66 years ago)
"Nomad": Project Nomad is a 1993 computer game developed by Intense! Interactive and Papyrus Design Group, Inc. and published by GameTek. It is a cross between a simple space simulator, a trading game and an adventure. It has only been released for PC DOS operating systems. It works properly both under Windows XP and DosBox.
- mode: Single-player video game
- developer: Papyrus Design Group
- genres: Strategy video game, Adventure game
- publisher: GameTek
- released in (23 years ago)
- Nomad is the name of a number of superhero characters who have appeared in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Nomad name and costume was created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Sal Buscema as an alternate identity for the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, in Captain America #180.
- Nomad is a fictional film character.
- "Nomad" is the fifth studio album by Jesse Cook. Musicians vary by track, and were recorded all over the world. This album is more rich, varied, and complex than his previous efforts.
- "Nomad" is the third album by fusion band Tribal Tech, a project led by guitarist Scott Henderson and bassist Gary Willis.
- "Nomad" is the first album of the singer Anna Rose Menken, released June 8, 2010. The album includes 12 songs with music and lyrics written by Anna Rose.
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Bombino.
- released on
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Lotus.
- released on (11 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Abney Park.
- released on
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- "Nomad" is a musical album of The Aqua Velvets.
- released in (20 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Gato Libre.
- released in (10 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Sainkho Namtchylak.
- released in (8 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Di'Anno.
- released in (16 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Chico Hamilton.
- released in (36 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Paul Horn.
- released on (23 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Addison Groove.
- released on (7 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical EP of Granted Earth.
- "Nomad" is a musical single of DJ Distance.
- released in (12 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical single of Astralasia.
- released in (21 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of DNA Strings.
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Xorcist.
- released on (16 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Adam Plack.
- released in (22 years ago)
- "Nomad" is a musical album of Snétberger Ferenc.
- released on (10 years ago)
- Nomad was a house music duo from the United Kingdom, who had several hits on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart, as well as some similar successes in the UK Singles Chart. Group members were Damon Rochefort, Steve McCutcheon and Sharon D. Clarke.
- Nomad a.k.a. Adam Plack is an Australian-born didgeridoo player, composer and recording artist. He is originally from East Brighton in Melbourne, Victoria, but moved to New York City in 1991.
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There are other people with in their name, like Mike Nomad.
Nomad is a musical group.
- albums: "The Devilish Whirl", "Demonic Verses (Blessed Are Those Who Kill Jesus)", "The Independence of Observation Choice", "Transmigration of Consciousness"
Nomad is a Japanese animation studio located in Suginami, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan formed by former Madhouse producer Tatsuya Ono and was originally established in July 2003 by former Studio Pierrot staff.
- official website: www.nomad-inc.co.jp
- NOMAD is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as waypoint NOMAD, NOMAD fix, NOMAD waypoint, fix NOMAD
- Nomad a.k.a. Nomad Club London is a Building, Venue in London.
- read more about Nomad Club London
- Nomad: A nomad is a member of a community of people who live in different locations, moving from one place to another. Among the various ways Nomads relate to their environment, one can distinguish the hunter-gatherer, the pastoral nomad owning livestock, or the "modern" peripatetic nomad. As of 1995, there were an estimated 30–40 million nomads in the world.
- also known as Νομαδισμός, 遊牧民族
- Nomad: A Nomad is an individual who may or may not be a member of an outlaw motorcycle club, and not bound by geographic territory, or perhaps one which has not yet established one. There are exceptions to Nomads being members of outlaw clubs. One instance is military veterans' clubs, whose members may be scattered across the U.S., but yet do not have enough members in a particular area to form a club chapter.
- NOMAD was founded in 2002 as an independent formation and registered as association in 2006. It targets to produce and experiment new patterns in the digital art sphere by using various lenses of other disciplines. The core of the formation consists of designers, engineers, architects, curators and writers. The infrastructure is based on technical and theoretical levels to provide collaborations with affiliations of artists.
- Nomad a.k.a. Odoodee Language: Odoodee is a Trans–New Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken in the plains east of the Strickland River. It is also called Tomu, after the river along which it is found, and Nomad.
- read more about Odoodee Language
- Nomad is a TV program, begun in (23 years ago).
- country: Australia
- Nomad a.k.a. Samo Language: Samo, also known as Daba, Nomad, and Supei, is a Trans–New Guinea language of New Guinea, spoken in the plains east of the Strickland River in Western Province of Papua New Guinea. It has switch-reference marking for the subject of a clause.
- read more about Samo Language
Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Nomad
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Trust, Risk and Uncertainty (2005)
by S. Watson, A. Moran
The nomad is a way of being in the middle, ...
Writing Home (2008)
Poetry and Place in Northern Ireland, 1968-2008 by Elmer Kennedy-Andrews
the life of the nomad is the intermezzo.12 nomadic existence is characterised by movement and ...
The Feminine Subject (2014)
by Susan J. Hekman
The nomad is a situated, postmodern, culturally differentiated subject, a myth, a political fiction that allows us to move across the established categories (1994a: 4 ). Braidotti's nomadic subject is consonant with many of the themes of Butler's ...
Women's Contemporary Lives (2003)
Within and Beyond the Mirror by Dr Christina Hughes, Prof Christina Hughes
In comparison with the exile who is pausing to return, Braidotti argues that the nomad is an active subject who stops to...
Deleuze and Law (2012)
by Laurent de Sutter, Kyle McGee
The nomad is a singular process of individuation. Against this, the two-headed sovereign divides...
Sex, Religion, Media (2002)
by Dane S. Claussen
As they explain, The name Nomad is a reflection of the wilderness experience many of us have faced as gay Christians. Feelings of abandonment or rejection by the church and thus (we thought) by God, and banishment to a spiritual desert ...
by David R. Senn, Richard A. Weems
The classic NOMAD is the original version of the device (Figure 6.21). It weighs approximately eight pounds and is shielded in such a way as to essentially eliminate all leakage from the. Figure 6.20 Supplies for a DPMU dental station.
Shop Floor Control Systems (1994)
From Design to Implementation by Alfred Bauer, A. Bauer, J. Browne
The nomad is a vivid metaphor for depicting the changes occurring within organizations. Hence the importance of the sociotechnical design principles to help organizations cope with change in an effective and systematic manner. Before any ...
Motor Boating (1922)
Ideal Series. V.1-
Nomad is an ideal small cruiser, developed along lines based on experience with designing scores of cruisers of similar size, culminating in International 32. Statistics prove that a cruiser of 30-35 feet in length of the type shown is the most ...
I Ching (2005)
The Chameleon Book by Freeman Crouch
The nomad is an outsider and ...
by Michael P. Berman
The Nomad is an individual who needs change, drama and excitement. They enjoy feelings of importance and they often spend considerable time attempting to be the centre of attention. We are all predominantly one of these types, as are the ...
Nomad. New. York. and. the. New. York. School. poets. The phrase New York School of Poetry (as distinguished from simply NewYork Poets) first appeared in printin JohnBernard Myers's brief introduction to a selection of poems in the special ...
by Carl I Cater, Brian Garrod, Tiffany Low
nomad. An independent traveller, typically aged 50 or over and often retired, who travels for extended periods of time in motor vehicles equipped with living space and amenities (caravans, motor homes, campervans) (Onyx and Leonard, ...
The Star Trek Encyclopedia (2011)
by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Debbie Mirek
Nomad was created by brilliant Earth scientist Jackson Roykirk. Nomad was presumed destroyed in flight by a meteor collision. It was later learned that Nomad had in fact collided with an alien space probe called Tan Ru. In the aftermath of the ...
The Novelist's Lexicon (2011)
Writers on the Words that Define Their Work by Villa Gillet (Association)
A nomad is not an immigrant. These two are different ways of being. The twentieth century has seen an influx of immigrants moving once and for all from one corner of the world to Western cities miles and cultures away. But an immigrant is not ...
by Joseph Hilyard
KCA Deutag worked with Bentec Drilling and Oilfield Systems to design and build the first Nomad Class rig, T-211, in July 2007 . KCA Deutag and Bentec are subsidiaries of Abbot Group PLC (Aberdeen, Scotland) . The rig will drill in the South ...
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